Catholic School, Education
Welcome to St.Joseph's
Catholic Primary School

‘We are growing together on our journey of
achievement with Jesus in our hearts, heads and hands’.

Welcome to St.Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Bracknell
Welcome to St.Joseph's Catholic Primary School in Bracknell
Car Park Notice

A gentle reminder that parents are NOT permitted to park in the school car park between 8.30-4.45. Please park at the top of Gipsy Lane or Bracknell Football Club.

Car Park Notice
Car Park Notice
Class Assemblies

Each class organises one class assembly during the year and we start with Year 6 working down to Reception Class in the Summer Term.

Class Assemblies
Class Assemblies

Our children love to use the internet specially to play games and to communicate with their friends. The way they start using computers and the guidance they are given at this young age can set them on the right path to being safer in later life.

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Important Information

Dear Parents and Carers,

Re: Partial School Opening on June 1st

The school will be open on June 1st for children in Footsteps Nursery, Reception Year, Year 1 and Keyworker children. Over the past three weeks have been exploring how we can make this happen taking into account the government’s guidance on the implementation of 2m distancing ruling and protective measures in education settings.

The government’s guidance is clear, children of critical / key workers and vulnerable children are our main priority, followed by the youngest children – Nursery, Reception – then Year 1 and finally, Year 6. Due to the number of positive responses from the keyworkers and younger children, we were unable to offer places for our Y6 children as a group.

Parents of returning pupils have been informed through ParentMail and we look forward to seeing the returning pupils on Monday June 1st. The school routine will be very different from the last time children were at school. Please read and share with your child our Covid Behaviour Principles and our information leaflet ‘ Back to School’ on what to expect when your child arrives at school.

Yours Faithfully

Mrs. J. Dunlop, Headteacher

We see God at the centre of the day-to-day life of the school and this is expressed through the concern and respect we have for the efforts and achievements of everyone. We believe that the mark of a successful school is that it values and develops the qualities of each individual.
This is what we try to do.

Mrs. J.Dunlop (Headteacher)

We are growing together on our journey of
achievement with Jesus in our hearts, heads and hands’.